Electric resistance welding (ERW) pipes are manu-factured by continuously roll-forming hot coil material into a pipe shape, and butt-welding the weld seam after heating/melting the coil edges using the Joule heat gen-erated by passing a high frequency current through the edges. At the seam of the ERW butt weld (hereinafter,
Electric Resistance Welded - an overview ScienceDirect When electric resistance-welded carbon steel pipe was exposed to aggressive waters, grooves caused by the redistribution of sulfide inclusions along the weld line were formed in the weld. The material at the bond line is anodic to the surrounding material and the result is a V-shaped groove with the apex of the V centered on the bond line.
The Macomb Group provides black carbon steel electric resistance welded pipe (ERW Pipe) in diameters from 1 inch to 36 inches in plain and grooved ends. 16 results for "Electric Resistance Welded (ERW) Pipe" Products (16) Articles (0) Filter Sort By